Nano Digest Celebrates One Year of Publishing

India's Premiere Magazine on Nanotechnology - Nano Digest - has completed one year with the May month issue. June 2010 will be ND Almanac - Anniversary issue.

We have completed One Year of publication of Nano Digest... an event run!

Though painful at times, we have made it... hope we start looking at the next
phase of building this magazine. BTW June is our Anniversary issue.


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Comment by Shiva Balivada on May 21, 2010 at 8:40am
Great to hear about this milestone ... Congrats everybody on the Nano Digest team...
As an initial participant in one of your first volumes... It is a great feeling...

I will surely send some article for this major breakthru event....

Good luck and have a great journey ahead

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Comment by K. MOHAN on May 18, 2010 at 4:55pm
Defintely. I will be sending in the article for the June Anniversary issue.

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Comment by Jayadev on May 18, 2010 at 2:42pm

Thanks, you can send your contribution... pls check our editorial guidelines on our website:

Mr Mohan

You have been part of our eventful run and I wish you write an interesting article for the anniversary issue, which you have already promised

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Comment by K. MOHAN on May 18, 2010 at 12:43pm
Congrats for the first anniversary. I am glad i could countribute article before completion of one year. I wish things look up for the magazine hereonwards to attain new heights
K.Mohan(Mohan sanjeevan)

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Comment by Rajeshkumar on May 18, 2010 at 11:24am
congrats ....................Jayadev sir again congrats for your best job............

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Comment by V.S.PRIYADHARSHINI on May 18, 2010 at 7:40am
Hi Jayadev,
Cheers for Nano digest...
I am working on plant lectins and i've isolated and partially characterised a novel lectin will i be able to publish in your journal

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Comment by Jayadev on May 17, 2010 at 8:02am
Thank you... Andras has been very kind enough to encourage, guide and help us in making this magazine a success and we are great full to you... I will send you the Volume 1 by courier in couple of days time...

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Comment by TINC on May 16, 2010 at 8:54am
Gratulation! I like Nano Digest and always waiting for next issue.

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